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Philosophers are the best in statistical calculations
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Among researchers in social sciences, philosophers are the best in statistical calculations. This is the result of a study carried out by scientists at the Department of Philosophy and Educational Sciences...
Publication date 05/22/2018
Source UNITO
UNIPD for the restoration of the city’s hidden masterpieces
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Museo Diocesano and the Cultural Heritage Office of the Diocese of Padua have launched the new edition of “Mi sta a cuore”, the crowdfunding campaign for the restoration and promotion of art...
Publication date 05/18/2018
Source UNIPD
Saqqara, where 3D techniques come to the aid of archaeology
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The 3D Survey Group, a research team of the Polytechnic University of Milan involved in investigations on cultural heritage by means of 3D modelling applications and techniques, is currently carrying out...
Publication date 05/17/2018
Source POLIMI
An innovative system for redistribution of surplus food products
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The redistribution of surplus food products to address inequalities in an innovative way is the objective of SIVEQ, Sistema Integrato di Valorizzazione delle Eccedenze alimentari nel Quartiere, or Integrated...
Publication date 05/17/2018
Source POLIMI
AIAC 2018: a panel on Greek coroplastic craft
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Antonella Pautasso, a researcher of IBAM CNR, based in Catania, will participate in the International Congress of Classical Archaeology – AIAC 2018, which will take place in Cologne and Bonn from...
Publication date 05/14/2018
Source IBAM-CNR
European research, ERC Advanced Grants awarded to 11 Italian projects
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The European Research Council-ERC has invested a total budget of over 650 million euro in groundbreaking research in the latest edition of the Advanced Grant Call, the results of which have been recently...
Publication date 05/10/2018
Source Redazione ResearchItaly
Guido Cazzavillan Fellowships awarded
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Ca’ Foscari University of Venice has awarded the Guido Cazzavillan Fellowships to young researchers Viola Corradini and Vincenzo Prete.
Publication date 05/07/2018
Source UNIVE
Univerity of Turin: an alliance to preserve urban art
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Universities, companies, restorers and artists will work together in the European project CAPuS - Conservation of Art in Public Spaces, coordinated by the University of Turin, Italian leader of a...
Publication date 04/26/2018
Source UNITO
Grandmothers? They choose their grandchildren
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When grandmothers are asked to choose between labour supply and child care, they will choose their grandchildren. This is the conclusion of a study by Peter Rupert from the University of California-Santa...
Publication date 04/16/2018
Source UNIBO
Does money bring happiness? Children answer the question
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Does money bring happiness? Approximately 1,300 students from Italian primary schools have answered questions concerning economic success, money exchange habits within the family and interest towards economy.
Publication date 03/30/2018
Source UNIUD
What sentiment makes us want to vote?
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Is it possible that anger at the political system motivates Italian voters to go to the polls? It seems so, according to a study carried out by researchers from the Department of Psychology at...
Publication date 03/29/2018
Source UNIBO
Two new IBAM-CNR research projects in South America and Greece
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The Joint Laboratory of Pre-Hispanic Archaeological Science and the Joint Italy-Greece Archaeological Laboratory will soon be established. The two projects are funded by the Institute for Archaeological...
Publication date 03/12/2018
Source CNR
Prehistoric Sahara unveils new forms of cultivation
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A study, published in Nature Plants, found proof of prehistoric forms of cultivation and storage, until now unknown, of plants and wild grains in the Saharan Africa of about 10,000 years ago. The study...
Publication date 02/26/2018
Source Sapienza Università di Roma
Egypt, Canal of the Pharaohs re-discovered by CNR
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In the north-east of Cairo, the impressive walls of Tell el-Maskhuta fortress have come back to light: built to protect the Canal of the Pharaohs, this is probably the largest fortress in the area...
Publication date 02/01/2018
Source CNR
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